The Camden County Freeholder Board and Camden County Library System hosted a book signing on November 29th by three local authors.
James J. Florio signed copies of his book “Standing on Principle, Lessons Learned in Public Life.” A political memoir of how Florio, a high school dropout who left to join the Navy as a teenager, went on to become an attorney, a state assemblyman, a congressman and a governor.
Sal Paolantonio, National Correspondent for ESPN, signed his book “Philly Special: The Inside Story of How the Philadelphia Eagles won their first Super Bowl Championship.”
Louis Bezich, Senior Vice-President of Cooper University Healthcare, signed his book “Crack the Code.” The book presents an unconventional, motivation-based approach to health for men over 50. Ten strategies for creating and maintaining inspiration for a healthy lifestyle are advanced from a platform of survey research, interviews and the author’s personal experiences.
“We are honored to host these three outstanding individuals as they present and sign their books,” said Freeholder Bill Moen, liaison to the Camden County Library System. “Each of them have ties to Camden County, and each have excelled in their respective areas. Their books should be on everyone’s reading list.”
Established in 1921, Camden County Library System seeks to meet the recreational, informational and educational needs of its customers with locations in Camden, Bellmawr, Gloucester Township, Haddon Township, Merchantville, Winslow Township and Voorhees Township. The Library is governed and supported by the Camden County Board of Freeholders and the Camden County Library Commission.